Tate Modern

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Artist asks British Museum to return Assyrian treasure to Iraq in swap
Sculptor Michael Rakowitz says he will give his fourth-plinth bull to Tate Modern if Iraq can share custody

Matthew Weaver

20, Jan, 2023 @6:00 AM

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The best art and design shows to visit in 2023
Queer Renaissance sculptor Donatello, Marina Abramović, David Hockney and a long-delayed mega-museum in Manchester – your art-design to-do list for the year ahead

Adrian Searle, Jonathan Jones and Oliver Wainwright

27, Dec, 2022 @6:00 AM

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Another amazing year for female artists. So why are they still stifled and impoverished?
From the Turner shortlist to the Venice Biennale and more, 2022 was another dazzling year for women. But, away from the headlines, a cold look at the data shows equality is generations away

Hettie Judah

14, Dec, 2022 @4:00 PM

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Magdalena Abakanowicz: Every Tangle of Thread and Rope review – a wonder weaver
The radical, grand-scale textile sculptures of the late Polish artist are a sensory delight in this sensitively curated show

Laura Cumming

20, Nov, 2022 @1:00 PM

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Magdalena Abakanowicz review – so is that a nose or a testicle?
Abakanowicz’s enormous textile works – in which giant creations evoke bodies, sex and domesticity – are undeniably powerful

Adrian Searle

15, Nov, 2022 @5:55 PM

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Cecilia Vicuña: Brain Forest Quipu; Richard Mosse: Broken Spectre review – the world worn down
The cavernous Turbine Hall has become a spectral memory forest as Chilean artist Cecilia Vicuña mourns the destruction of the Amazon rainforest

Laura Cumming

16, Oct, 2022 @12:00 PM

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Hilma af Klint: Swedish mystic hailed as the true pioneer of abstract art
Almost 80 years after her death, a biography will be published this month, Tate Modern plans a 2023 exhibition, and she is the subject of a film, as she is finally recognised as a visionary artist

Dalya Alberge

16, Oct, 2022 @10:00 AM

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Cecilia Vicuña review – the most moving Tate Turbine Hall installation for years
The Chilean artist and poet has hung up huge mobiles of fraying wool, knotted rope and debris mudlarked from the Thames, as an elegy to lost language and wilful destruction

Adrian Searle

10, Oct, 2022 @3:48 PM

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Cezanne review – a mesmerising master of everyday mystery
Quivering apples, mountainscapes like haikus… this first major UK show in a generation lays bare the French artist’s daring

Laura Cumming

09, Oct, 2022 @12:00 PM

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The Turbine Hall is back, Cerith Wyn Evans goes home and an Egyptian stone speaks – the week in art
Radical Chilean artist Cecilia Vicuña takes over the Turbine, an international star returns to his Welsh roots and The British Museum unlocks hieroglyphic secrets

Jonathan Jones

07, Oct, 2022 @11:00 AM

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‘He captured the flux of sensation itself’: Bridget Riley, Luc Tuymans and other painters on Cézanne’s genius
As Tate Modern opens its first major Cézanne show in 25 years, artists discuss how he has influenced their own work

Hettie Judah

04, Oct, 2022 @9:45 AM

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Cézanne review – gags, mountains and murder in a dizzying, devastating show
For a long time, the French artist was the ultimate icon of seriousness. But these beautiful, touching works reveal the sly playful humour at the heart of his genius

Jonathan Jones

03, Oct, 2022 @1:29 PM

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